the over-hyped flu virus

Comparing Covid to the common collection of flu statistics as seen year after year:

“CDC estimates that influenza has resulted in between 9 million to 45 million cases, between 140,000 – 810,000 hospitalizations and between 12,000 – 61,000 deaths annually since 2010.”

(Given the exaggerated figures of Covid due to the financial incentives, it could be that Covid’s death rate is fairly on par with the standard statistics for influenza.) Compare that 810K flu hospitalization figure with the U.S.’s 83K data for Covid to-date. Covid hospitalizations haven’t even reached the flu’s minimum annual amount yet!

Obviously, Covid-19 is being marketed to us for the purpose of creating fear and presumably to gain more control over us. Let’s crunch some numbers to get at the truth (and not what the national media nor our elected officials would have you believe regarding the subject):

* current U.S. population: 330 million
* CDC statistic (37M tested with 3.5M indicating positive for Covid-19): 9%
* Rough extrapolation then of Americans who might have Covid-19: 29.7M
* CDC statistic (total deaths): 130K
* Ratio of deaths to positive: 0.004377 (0.4%)

Keep in mind that the tests are administered more heavily to people who are standing in an ER who have shown up with symptoms. As a result, the test group is heavily weighed to people who already think that they’re infected. In many venues, there are simply few/no tests available to prophylactically check an asymptomatic person.

In all actuality, the realistic risk of death is therefore likely a quarter of that 0.4% figure, more like 0.1%, in other words. In fact, even these reported numbers are probably skewed because they’re from the medical community…

Add to this the $39,000 benefit paid by Medicare to the hospital (at least three times higher than non-related reasons) if the patient is placed on a ventilator and the indicated reason is Covid. Sen. Scott Jensen of Minnesota suggests (USA Today) that this makes the doctors/hospitals “game the system” to collect a windfall of federal money by “pencil-whipping” a checkbox on some form. He indicates essentially that the lack of test-based criteria instead of the current “plausible guess” criteria would allow less fraudulent behavior from the country’s medical community.

Statistically, you have a better chance of dying by suicide, kidney disease, flu/pneumonia, diabetes, Alzheimer disease, Cerebrovascular diseases, chronic lower respiratory diseases, accidents and unintentional injuries, cancer and heart disease… than of Covid-19.

I tutored college-level statistics years ago. Good science means that you must vet the incoming data from the test group and you must remove outliers from the dataset. It should be painfully obvious that this level of rigor is not happening with respect to Covid-related instances. If anything, the data is being padded to inflate that fear factor.

“There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.”

~ Samuel Clemens

What’s sad to me is that “Team Fear-Covid-Damn-the-Economy” suggests that they’re the force of reason, the voice of science. They indicate that they’re making policy based upon the science. What utter bullshit they speak in doing so. Policy-makers are innumerate little gits, if you ask me.

What’s going on, really?

Speaking of graphs of exponential functions, have you seen any global population charts in the national news lately? I bet you haven’t because they’re not telling the actual story of what’s going on.

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Estimated world population figures, 10,000 BC–AD 2000 (log y scale)

Note that we’re well past the year 2000 now. Imagine being a member of the G8 five decades ago. You’d have been shitting your pants thinking about “the problem” and how to avoid a Soylent Green future for your respective constituents.

Presumably the G8’s favorite movie…

Soylent Green was a popular movie from 1973 (some fifty years ago) which painted an ugly outcome for the world (New York City, specifically). The year of this dystopian future was 2022. The problem portrayed in the narrative was that the world’s population had outstripped its resources and people were starving and rioting as a result.

So the G8 was biting their nails when the world’s population loomed at the 6B mark. And then it quickly passed the 7B point. And now, by the end of this year we’re poised to pass the 8B level. Each increase by another billion gets smaller and smaller; remember, we’re in that rapidly-increasing section of the curve. That’s just the nature of exponential growth.

Obviously, the G8 must have chosen to do something about “the problem”. We know that the HIV retrovirus was created in a lab by Dr. Robert Gallo and patented sometime in 1984. If you’re into the science, his 1971 paper describes the technique.

I’m not sure if you can believe the boldness of the quote but this article includes the following quote from Dr. Robert Gallo:

“I Invented AIDS To Depopulate Humanity”

~ Dr. Robert Gallo, inventor of AIDS/HIV

If you can believe this next article

“We were forced To Create The HIV Virus As a Secret Weapon To Wipe Out The African Race.”

~ Dr. Robert Gallo, inventor of AIDS/HIV

So part of this is a well-funded military program to create biological weapons. What we see though is the targeting of a particular racial group in what appears to be eugenics playing out at the global level.

SARS, H5N1, H1N1, MERS and Covid-19

The next three major pandemics likely had a similar lab-born genesis. SARS-2.0 virus was created in a lab. The H5N1 bird flu virus was created in a lab. A more virulent version of the H1N1 virus was created in a lab. The Covid-19 virus was created in a lab.

In October 2014, federal funding was stopped for lab research that would have altered three viruses to make them more lethal: the influenza virus; the virus behind Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) and the virus behind severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).

~ U.S. Lifts Ban on Laboratory-Made Lethal Viruses

It’s no big secret that super-viruses are manufactured in labs. On paper, they’re merely “studies” or “research”. In the news, we see these unfortunate “accidents” in which each virus is making its way out of the lab and into the population. What if these are planned accidents, though? Wouldn’t that make more sense at the highest level, that the G8 is attempting to—in their own minds at least—save the planet?

Jimmy Carter, philanthropist(?)

It’s not always about directly killing people, though. There is such a thing as soft kill. Imagine being able to get rid of people before they’re even born.

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Look at all that free corn that Jimmy Carter and Dr. Norman Borlaug have GMO’d for the people of Africa. On paper, Borlaug’s AgBioWorld.org website would have you believe that they’re wonderful and helpful to starving people of the planet.

“Soft kill”, the gentler solution to world population

But then again, why would a U.C. Davis professor-as-whistleblower lose his tenure over publicizing the GMO’d corn they were developing whose purpose is to lower sperm motility in the man who’d consumed it?

In this 2018 article, we see that men’s sperm counts are continuing to fall in the U.S. and Europe.

A pair of new studies unveiled this week at the Scientific Congress of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) in Denver suggest that American and European men’s sperm count and sperm motility—that is, the “swimming” ability of sperm cells—have declined in the past decade, which follows a similar, broader trend observed by many scientists over the past few decades.

In this article, research links GMO foods to infertility.

Conclusion

People at the highest level (G8) have been freaking out over the growth of the human race for at least five decades now. It seems certain that they’ve respectively tasked their local militaries and other shadowy entities to deal with the problem. In some ways, this looks like creating and releasing exotic viruses (often via vaccination programs). In some ways, this looks like lowering sperm motility via the consumption of genetically-modified foods (often via free food programs). It appears that the poor and people-of-color are being targeted. Any media over-hype related to Covid-19 (the current manufactured pandemic) is just hype and little more. We should go back to business-as-usual and push back to our elected officials when confronted by innumeracy.

og and the sensory-deprivation tank

Well, that was interesting. I had an opportunity this weekend to go visit a sensory-deprivation tank in Ocean Beach. Having recently watched a season of  Stranger Things on Netflix, the concept seemed cool enough: float in a body-temperature, salty bath without any lights or sound and you can go places in your head. (Sure, sign me up.)

For those of you who haven’t done this before, the chamber is about the dimensions of a king-sized bed, the ceiling in this case was something over 6′ high and the water came to just 12″ deep. They probably use epsom salts as the buoyancy agent so you seriously float in such a way that you’re not in fear of sinking at all. The cost for a 90-minute session was a mere $50 and since they only have a single tank at this facility and two employees, you kind of wonder how they stay in business. The entire process was a two-hour slot.

Feel free to Google-Image the term “sensory deprivation tank” but if the sight of nekked people bother you then make sure to cover one eye, maybe.

Sounds

Doctors would suggest that tinnitus is a malady characterized by a ringing sensation in your ears, say, because you went to too many rock concerts. Honestly, I hear that 24×7 and I don’t believe their reasoning.

In the tank, it was easier to focus in on different high-pitched tones. I don’t believe that these are/were a figment of the imagination. I would consider myself as someone with above-average hearing in the upper range. I normally sense (hear?) incandescent and fluorescent lighting and a lot of electric circuits, to be honest.

Lights

This was the most interesting aspect of the session. From the first moments in I could swear that I saw a red blinking light somewhere over my head but the actual position would change from time to time. This went away after a couple minutes, however.

Next, I began seeing something that is best described as…

Imagine that you take a large cylinder and use it to cut out some of the aurora borealis and then your head is falling backwards through this cylinder and you’re watching the vivid green and purple colors go by, only it’s the same whether your eyes are open or closed.

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With a little practice and perserverance, I was able to focus in such a way that I could get the purple color to reasonably fill my perspective with some black, almost silhouette-like cutouts near the bottom. But if I lost my focus and tried to make out the silhouette then I lost everything and had to start over.

Motion

After a bit, it was like my motion-detection abilities became confused. In biological terms, the inner ear is responsible for your sense of balance and the detection of movement (whether it’s linear or rotational). I’m guessing that we truly do rely upon vision as well to adjust the inner ear’s data because in the tank I had the following observations:

  1. I had a nearly continuous feeling that my body was shifting to the left.
  2. If I moved my (usually clasped) hands in different positions it would result in my body adjusting slightly higher/lower in the water, say, where my head was and yet… the feeling was as if my entire body was rotating 45 degrees in space.

With respect to the first observation, I later reviewed the placement of the building on a map, the orientation of the tank and my own orientation within that tank. It’s entirely possible that my body could feel the rotational movement of the Earth around its axis. If so, that would be really amazing. Note that in the northern hemisphere here we all move about 18 miles per second as our planet spins wildly in place every day.

Reviewing with their staff

I spoke with the people who ran the place afterwards and asked them what they experienced (not mentioning my own yet). The guy starts out saying “it’s difficult to describe but…” and then he made this round hand gesture with his fingertips and thumb together out in front of him and I knew immediately that he’d seen the same sort of light show that I had. We compare colors and they appear to be a common experience from others as well.

Ideas

You have to wonder if the observable phenomena is magnetic in nature (as in the magnetic lines of flux which are responsible for the way a compass orients itself) or if there is another explanation. Personally, I don’t think that this is something that’s merely imagined by the psyche. If that were the case then why do two different people see the same thing? So I think I can personally rule that out as an explanation.

It may be that our pineal gland (third eye) can “see” or otherwise detect changes in the electromagnetic field and then route these changes into the area of the brain where it normally just interprets what we see from our eyes. I think this version is more likely to be the truth since it would corraborate the claims of those who see auras, for example.

It’s not that far-fetched of an explanation to suggest that the pineal gland is useful in some way. Bats and whales can do echo-location with their particular physiology. Squids and chameleons have surfaces which can be changed at the pixel level to mimic their surroundings. Honey bees have tiny magnetic beads in their abdomens which they use to sense their orientation in the magnetic field. And it has been suggested by at least one person that the scarab beetle’s outer wings produce an electrogravitic effect to generate antigravity so that this over-sized bug can actually fly.

I would suggest that we have hidden capabilities which remain mostly dormant because we live in a world in which we have too many artificial lights and distractions most of the time.